Paper, markers or crayons
This is a good activity for kids who are starting to learn their city, state, and address. Print up a map of your neighborhood or town with your child; if you're a pretty good artist, you can create a map yourself. The map doesn't need to include all of the streets -- just a general idea of where things are (schools, post office, library, bank, grocery store, friend's house, etc.). Have your child draw pictures on the buildings to represent what they are (books on the library, food on the grocery store). Point out the buildings the next time you walk or drive through your town.